The first thing you learn about Omar Nasiri is that even his name is an alias. Read “Inside the Jihad My Life with Al Qaeda” by Omar Nasiri with Rakuten Kobo . Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s. Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s top foreign intelligence services-including France’s DGSE (Direction Read More.

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Jun 25, Billy rated nasjri liked it Shelves: Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Al Quida is supported by the devil and if you truely believe in a good god. Upon returning to Europe, he continued his work as a spy in London, before moving to Germany and getting married.

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As he worked with the French, British and German intelligence forces he was very frustrated with their lack of understanding of the Islamic issues. He claims to be a Muslim at the core, but he consistantly breaks all the commandments of Mohammed and is a creature of convenience. Want to Read saving….

On the other hand, if the conversation did not take place, ON would risk nothing. My Life in Al-Qaeda. The only way to defeat this wave of violence is awareness and understanding the reasons which would motivate hundreds of young men and women to dies for what they believe. Not because we want to, but because their prophets say they must kill or convert infidels like us.

Nothing was revealed on Belgian TV. Though interesting comment in The Telegraph about difficulties Selbourne had in getting someone to publish the book [1].

A great character study too of this troubled soul. Amusingly at the end, he tells us that the jihad will come to an end An interesting book by a man who trained in the jihadist camps in Afghanistan but was also an agent for the Omag DGSE. There are a lot of laudatory reviews of this book and many if not most reviewers take the author’s claims at face value.


nasigi Between the two poles there is a large range of interpretations and understanding concerning Jihad. Why did the BBC didn’t contact Mr. This book discloses the stupendous growth of Al-Qaeda camps over the years.

This is simply a fascinating book, which also happens to be very readable. Why is it that Newsnight so often turns out to be a propaganda outlet for the BlairBush phoney War on Terror? I concede that AZ might have said the same thing to more than one person but the number of those who would have repeated it to AH at Finsbury Park would be pretty small. The amazing thing jiuad that Omar Nasiri is actually being a spy and how he manages to do both things is really some kind of unbelievable acting from his side.

I am not sure how veracious the account is, some points do feel artificial. I did not like the chapters discussing the weapons and their use. Newsnight should have checked this guy’s story properly instead of beeing an instrument for creating fear. Oct 27, Vickie rated it liked it. Oct 17, Mythu Devan rated it it was amazing. As the reporter involved in the story, I thought I’d reply to a few of the comments.

Now we are backwards. And when they don’t they should be killed, because that’s what happens to invading armies and occupiers. He writes of lying to, cheating and stealing from his family, friends and co-conspirators, says he was able to fool a drug dealer in Belgium—and even nqsiri the drug dealer to lead him to an arms dealer insids dupe the arms dealers into providing guns and ammunition to him with no money up front and no security for the illegal goods. A great character study too of this troubled So compelling!

Inside the Jihad: My Life with Al Qaeda

This book was written by an Arab man who became involved with terrorist groups in the s and then became a spy. Summary and Analysis of Black Flags: Have yet to see this programme Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. And I had to read something with a little more substance after the four “Twilight” books. He was a triple agent, playing the spy services of several European countries against each other and also fooling Al Qaeda operatives into recruiting him while he worked for or at least was being paid by two intelligence services that were operating against Al Qaeda.


Scheuer also claims that recruiting is practically non-existent, in favor of self-recruiting. It sure as hell doesn’t say Jihaad but teaches its children freedom and abducts the same from the Islamic nations! The book also provides such intricate details of Islam community that it takes me a step closer to the religion itself. It’s particularly jarring given the ample use of other Arabic words and names that start with “q”: Towards the end, the spy mentions he was left stranded by One of my favorite books I read years back!!!!!

This culture dominated once the Roman Empire when Christians faced bravely the torture and the terror of the Imperial arrogance and ignorance. Ref JPseudonym 11 I don’t know … While an enjoyable read, everything in the book must be taken with a grain of salt.

While it’s true that Nasiri enjoys life in Europe — along with wine, cigarettes and womanizing — he makes it clear that his fellow nasirk eschew everything ” taghut ,” including Nasiri’s secret lifestyle, and resent the “cultural imperialism” of the United States.

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